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Official state ceremonies were held Tuesday evening at the Western Wall, and Wednesday morning at Mount Herzl.
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The character Roseanne supports Trump, and the actress Roseanne Barr supports him as well.
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Flavorful Greek food is served with flair in Jaffa.
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Pundak Deluxe serves up authentic Dixie barbecue.
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Inbal Pinto’s latest creation is ‘Fugue’.
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Confederation House hosts World Poetry Week.
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The Backstreet Boys provide a healthy dose of nostalgia for the 1990s.
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Here are our top 10 things to do this week.
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The reason the nafnaf is so popular in this country is because many Israelis do not know how to start a fire.
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On the late Rabbi Benny Elon, new ambucycles and the annual ANZAC Day Memorial Service.
Pik is the father of Daniella Pik, fiancee of director Quentin Tarantino.
In 1947, a year before Israel's birth, Iraq’s Jewish community numbered around 150,000. Now their numbers are in single figures. And they are missed.
A two-minute siren at 11 a.m. brings the nation to a halt in remembrance and begins the official memorial ceremony at Mount Herzl Cemetery in Jerusalem.
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David Blatt is by no means done.
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The ICA will select the last four riders in late April after competing in Tour of Croatia, and Tour of the Alps races.
Israel’s most heralded hoops star expounds on why he is recognized as country’s top athlete.
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Cause of first disaster that killed 76 Israelis still disputed
By EYTAN HALON
“Citizens of Israel, bereaved families: tomorrow we will mark 70 years of Israeli independence. And we will remember your loved ones, the heroes,” the president promised.
By LEON HARRIS
Below we briefly review the tax regime for individual and fund investment in Israeli industry.
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If you’re not rolling around laughing three-fourths of the time from the quartet’s verbal, facial and physical antics, you need to get a refund on your sense of humor.
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From jams in a smoky Berlin basement to a ‘world-wide-touring, three-headed music-making monster,’ Buttering Trio’s simultaneous album releases are far from cookie-cutter.
By GIL HOFFMAN
In a Jerusalem Post exclusive, one of Israel's top pilots gives insights into the brewing conflict with Iran.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
Polish far-right activist Krzysztof Bosak seeks a probe into Rivlin's speech during the March of the Living, arguing it might violate Polish law.
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Footage filmed eight years ago shows hopeful outlook from president.
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